At the helm
NEW GAIL CMD Manoj Jain GAIL CMD

Manoj Jain

takes over as GAIL CMD

Mr Jain possesses rich and diverse experience in the areas of Business Development, Projects, O&M, Petrochemicals, Pipeline Integrity Management and Gas Marketing

Manoj Jain GAIL CMD

Thesynergyonline Corporate Bureau

NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 14 :

Manoj Jain today assumed charge as Chairman & Managing Director (CMD) of GAIL (India).

A Mechanical Engineer with an MBA in Operations Management, Mr Jain joined GAIL as a Graduate Engineer Trainee in 1985 and rose through the ranks to his current position. Before his appointment as CMD, Shri Jain was Director (Business Development) of the company. Manoj Jain GAIL CMD

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Mr Jain possesses rich and diverse experience in the areas of Business Development, Projects, O&M, Petrochemicals, Pipeline Integrity Management and Gas Marketing which has allowed him to gain insight and knowledge across multiple business units and functional areas.

As Director (Business Development), he was responsible for building GAIL's business portfolio in India and abroad, Merger and Acquisition, Petrochemical O&M and Expansion, Exploration & Production, R&D, Start–Up, Health Safety & Environment management, Quality Management, Project Development including feasibility study and investment approval for new pipelines, process plants, renewables, etc.

Mr Jain is also currently Chairman of GAIL Global (USA) Inc. (GGUI), GAIL Global (USA) LNG LLC (GGULL) and Konkan LNG Pvt. Ltd (KLPL).

Earlier, he looked after Gas Marketing activities in his role as Executive Director (Marketing-Gas). Shri Jain also spearheaded the installation and commissioning of the mega-grassroots Petrochemical complex at Lepetkata, Assam, as Chief Operating Officer of Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Ltd. (BCPL). GAIL New CMD <i>Manoj Jain GAIL CMD</i>

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